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A Dark Adapted Eye (1994)

A Dark Adapted Eye
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Helena Bonham Carter Helena Bonham Carter
 Faith 2 episodes, 1994
Celia Imrie Celia Imrie
 Vera 2 episodes, 1994
Robin Ellis Robin Ellis
 John 2 episodes, 1994
Bernice Stegers Bernice Stegers
 Vranni 2 episodes, 1994
Sophie Ward Sophie Ward
 Eden 2 episodes, 1994
William Gaminara William Gaminara
 Andrew 2 episodes, 1994
Pip Torrens Pip Torrens
 Chad 2 episodes, 1994
Rachel Bell Rachel Bell
 Mrs. Morell 2 episodes, 1994


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Ruth Rendell Ruth Rendell
(unknown episodes)
Sandy Welch Sandy Welch
(unknown episodes)


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Description: A psychological thriller based on the novel by Ruth Rendell, written under the nom-de-plume Barbara Vine. Set in the 1950s, a dark and brooding tale of a seemingly close-knit suburban family whose facade of normality hides a murderous sibling rivalry. At its centre are two sisters: Vera (Celia Imrie) and Eden (Sophie Ward) and Jamie, the angelic, golden-headed toddler each claims as their own natural son. A series of bizarre revelations finally exposes the shocking truth behind their sedate provincial existence. Standing as a witness to their bitter battle is their niece, Faith (Helena Bonham-Carter), who is left to tell ... (more)
Release date: 4 January 1995
Tags: Based On A Novel (1), Drama (1), British (1)
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